Three Americans once jailed in Iran say they’re feeling thankful and relieved. They stopped in Minnesota this weekend thanking people for support during their 780 days behind bars.
Shane Bauer is enjoying some quiet family time in Minnesota just two weeks after walking out of an Iranian prison.
Two Americans released from an Iranian prison will return to the U.S. on Sunday after more being held for more than two years as accused spies.
Two Americans jailed in Iran as spies left Tehran on Wednesday and arrived in the Gulf state of Oman.
U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken are relieved that two American men are now free after being jailed in Iran for more than two years on spying charges.
While an Iranian court considers the fate of two American hikers who have been imprisoned there for two years, the families of the hikers say they are praying for compassion.
Yusuf Islam, the British musician formerly known as Cat Stevens, is calling for the release of two American hikers charged with spying in Iran.
The Irani government says a second session in the trial of three Americans accused of spying will be held May 11.
Iran has set a Feb. 6 trial date for three Americans arrested more than a year ago along the Iraqi border and charged with spying.
Iranian officials say they’ll release Sarah Shourd at 9 am Saturday in Tehran; that would be late tonight in Minnesota.